Category: Movies

Review: The Blue Room

La Chambre Bleue (The Blue Room) opened exclusively yesterday at the Nova, following a very successful run at the 2015 Alliance Francaise French Film...

Review: Irrational Man

Take Allen’s 2005 film Match Point and throw in some Albert Camus-esque existential predicaments and you should have an idea whereabouts you’re headed with...

Review: I Am Big Bird

There’s an ever-increasing genre of movies these days that seem to survive on childhood nostalgia and very little else. Whether they’re low-budget 80s action...

Review: Girlhood

What is life like for a girl in France? In Girlhood, Marieme’s (Karidja Touré) life is not great. Her brother is abusive, her mother...

Review: Far From Men

From the moment the words “Algeria: 1954” appear on the screen you know that these characters are not in for an easy ride. Based...

Review: Mr Holmes

It’s 1947 in sunny Sussex and a 93-year-old Sherlock Holmes (Ian McKellen) has one last case to solve. This time, though, he’s not searching...

Village Cinemas launches Vpremium

As much as we love Netflix and pizza, sometimes there’s no substitute for watching movies the old-fashioned way. The latest cinema concept to hit Australia...

Review: Amy

Amy, the latest documentary charting the rise and fall of British singer Amy Winehouse is confronting, tragic and at times almost impossible to watch....

Review: Terminator Genisys

It seems like the 2010s is the decade of the franchise. We’ve got the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Bourne series, more Mission Impossible coming...